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    Session 3: The role of zooplankton in foodwebs: Changes related to impacts of climate variability and human perturbation

    Juha Flinkman, Jari-Pekka Pääkkönen, Soili Saesmaa and Janne Bruun
    The relation of Northern Baltic Zooplankton to climatic forcing, eutrophication and clupeid stocks in 1979-20006: bottom-up regulation revisited
    (pdf, 1.6 Mb)

    Philip C. Reid (Invited)
    The importance of zooplankton in reducing levels of atmospheric CO2 via the biological pump
    (pdf, 2.3 Mb)

    Daniel J. Mayor, Ceri A. Matthews, Kathryn Cook and Steve Hay
    Sub-lethal effects of elevated CO2 on Calanus spp.
    (pdf, 0.1 Mb)

    Haruko Kurihara, Shinji Kato, Masaaki Matsui and Atshushi Ishimatsu
    The effects of rising seawater CO2 on marine zooplankton
    (pdf, 1.5 Mb)

    Christian Moellmann, Michael A. St. John, Rabea Diekmann and Georgs Kornilovs
    Indirect effects of climate- and overfishing- induced zooplankton changes on ecosystem structure – Regime shifts, trophic cascades and feedback loops in a simple ecosystem
    (pdf, 0.6 Mb)

    Eugene J. Murphy, Philip N. Trathan, Jon L. Watkins, Keith Reid, Michael P. Meredith, Jaume Forcada, Sally E. Thorpe and Nadine Johnston
    Interannual variability in Southern Ocean ecosystems: impacts of climate-driven fluctuations in Scotia Sea food webs
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    I. Noyan Yilmaz, Asli Aslan-Yilmaz, Ahsen Yuksek and Erdogan Okus
    Changes in mesozooplankton community structure in a highly stratified basin due to anthropogenic forcing
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    Galina A. Finenko, Zinaida A. Romanova, Galina I. Abolmasova, Boris E.Anninsky, Tamara V.Pavlovskaya, Levent Bat and Ahmet Kideys
    Ctenophores - Invaders and their role in trophic dynamics of the planktonic community in the coastal regions off the Crimean coast of the Black Sea (Sevastopol Bay)
    (pdf, 0.4 Mb)

    Maiju Lehtiniemi and Elena Gorokhova
    Predation and ecological impact of an introduced predatory cladoceran Cercopagis pengoi on native copepods in the Baltic Sea
    (pdf, 2.1 Mb)

    Jennifer E. Purcell, Wen-Tseng Lo, Jia-Jang Hung, Huei-Meei Su and Pei-Kai Hsu
    Consequences of extensive aquaculture-structure removal: the relative importance of planktonic versus structure-related changes
    (pdf, 0.9 Mb)

    Wim Kimmerer
    Indirect human impacts on an estuarine foodweb illustrate the false dichotomy of top-down and bottom-up
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    Hans G. Dam, David T. Avery and Sean P. Colin
    Copepod resistance to toxic phytoplankton
    (pdf, 1.6 Mb)

    Tarsicio Antezana
    Euphausia mucronata a central link of Humboldt Current food web
    (pdf, 1. 4 Mb)

    Marina Marrari, Kendra L. Daly and Chuanmin Hu
    Influence of chlorophyll and sea ice dynamics on the reproduction and recruitment of the Antarctic krill Euphausia superba in waters west of the Antarctic Peninsula (45-75 ºS, 50-80 ºW)

    Brian P.V. Hunt, Evgeny A. Pakhomov and Graham W. Hosie
    Pteropods in Southern Ocean ecosystems
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    Guang-Tao Zhang, Song Sun, Zhao-Li Xu and Qi-Long Zhang
    Dominant zooplankton species shift in Changjiang River Estuary: Possible causes
    (pdf, 0.6 Mb)

    Richard R. Kirby, John A. Lindley, Gregory Beaugrand, David G. Johns, Anthony J. Richardson, Martin Edwards and Philip C. Reid
    Genetic analysis of Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR) samples

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